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Old 12-22-2006, 02:09 PM   #1
sadarax
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Vim foldmarker with multiple options (FIXED)


EDIT: I have fixed the problem I wanted to use 'foldmethod=syntax'

Behold my function to toggle code folding:

From my .vimrc:
Code:
nmap <silent> <F10> :call FoldComments() <CR>
let s:fold_comments = 0
function! FoldComments()
  set foldmethod=syntax
  if (s:fold_comments == 0)
    let s:fold_comments = 1
    set foldlevel=0
    echo "Folding comments"
  else
    let s:fold_comments = 0
    set foldlevel=9
    echo "Unfolding comments"
  endif
  set foldmethod=manual
endfunction

Last edited by sadarax; 01-23-2007 at 03:10 AM. Reason: Fixed
 
  


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